It’s funny sometimes how things work out. Not “ha-ha” funny perhaps but “funny” nonetheless. Last week it was all sunny and looking up, this week not so much. But on the bright side the days are definitely longer, and the snow aside we are on the back nine winter wise. And it does not look like it will be too difficult to head out for some fine food & wine this weekend, like, say, at Fratello’s. We will be featuring Certified Angus Beef Strip Steak, Red Grouper from the South Atlantic, and Cape D’Or Salmon from Canada. Give it a thought, we’d love to see ya’!
On the wine front we are featuring a Pinot Noir from the Russian River Valley by White Oak Vineyards, which is based in Sonoma. This wine offers upfront fruit, balance and a more forward body typical of Pinot from California, and it is priced at $39/bottle. The original price was $50. We also have a Brunello del Montalcino from Molino del Piano. This 2009 vintage is 100% Sangiovese and has been rated 91 by the Wine Advocate. Brunello is one of the premier wines from Italy, and it works very well with our menu. Most Brunellos are more expensive, typically $80 or more in a restaurant setting. This Brunello is $50. Lastly, we are still featuring the fruit forward Conundrum Red and the Tempranillo from Tamaral on our wine board. Conundrum is a dry wine but almost seems sweet because of all the forward fruit, and the Tempranillo as with most wines from Spain is a very good match with our menu. These wines are available by the bottle and by the glass. Give them a try.
We are grateful for your continued support and friendship, and we look forward to seeing you soon. Maybe this weekend.
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(440) 933-3380 in Lorain